State Bar Conference

African-American Lawyers Blast JNC for Lack of Diversity

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The Judicial Nominating Commissions of Gov. Nathan Deal and his predecessor became a target of outrage during a three-hour discussion Friday about ways to improve diversity in federal and state courts.

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  • Publicus

    The last thing needed is a racial quota system for the judiciary merely to placate diversity fanatics.

  • BJ

    "fundamental failure to understand American racism" starts with making decisions based on race rather than credentials

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